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Various add-on boards, from a Bipolar Stepper Motor Driver to an RFid reader.

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PROTO click
 
mikroBUS
PROTO click PROTO click is an accessory board in the mikroBUS form factor. It features a 10x11 prototyping area as well as additional power pads. It can be used to assemble custom electronics thus creating a custom "click" board. The board provides 3.3V and 5V power supply. PROTO click is a cheap and effective solution for creating click board of your own design. Add sensors, drivers, passive components and make the click board which suits your project needs. Use it with all your favorite development boards which carry mikroBUS sockets.
R68  Qty:
Weight: 15g. Stock: 2 available immediately [i]. mikroE Icon
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SmartPROTO
 
IDC10
SmartPROTO The SmartPROTO Board offers an effective and low-cost solution for connecting your prototype device to a PCB prototype board. It is connected to a development system or prototype device via an IDC10 connector.
R74  Qty:
Weight: 5g. Stock: 2 available immediately [i]. mikroE Icon
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Expand click
 
mikroBUS
Expand click Expand Click is an accessory board in mikroBus form factor. It includes the MCP23S17 16-bit I/O expander, which features an SPI interface and clock speeds up to 10 MHz for higher throughput applications. Three HARDWARE ADDRESS SEL jumpers allow you to configure the board address and connect up to eight devices on the same bus. An interrupt-on-change feature is also supported, as well as optional weak pull-ups on each input. The board is set to use the 3.3V mikroBus power supply by default, however soldering the PWR SEL SMD jumper to the 5V position will allow it to be used with 5V mikroBus systems.
R180  Qty:
Weight: 20g. Stock: Available in 5-10 working days [i]. mikroE Icon
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Port Expander
 
IDC10
Port Expander The Port Expander Board is an accessory board that includes a 16-bit I/O expander MCP23S17. This expander employs SPI(tm) clock up to 10 MHz. The board is ideal for expanding number of microcontroller pins on your prototype device.
R180  Qty:
Weight: 12g. Stock: Available in 5-10 working days [i]. mikroE Icon
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Expand2 click
 
mikroBUS
Expand2 click EXPAND 2 click is an accessory board in mikroBUS form factor. It includes the MCP23017 16-bit I/O expander which features an I2C interface and clock speeds up to 1.7 MHz. Three HARDWARE ADDRESS SEL jumpers allow you to configure the board address and connect up to eight devices on the bus. The controller also supports an interrupt-on-change feature, and has optional weak pull-ups on each input. Expand2 click is set to use a 3.3V power supply by default but you can solder PWR SEL SMD jumper to the 5V position if used with 5V systems.
R180  Qty:
Est. Weight: 20g. Stock: Available in 5-10 working days [i]. mikroE Icon
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Expand3 click
 
mikroBUS
Expand3 click EXPAND 3 click carries DS2408, an 8-channel programmable I/O expander that communicates with the target board MCU through a standard Dallas Semiconductor 1-Wire interface (15.3 kbps or 100kbps). The chip also has a factory-lasered 64-bit registration number, which enables multiple EXPAND 3 clicks to be connected on the same data line. For this purpose, the click has additional three pins above the mikroBUS socket. As for the socket, the onboard GP SEL jumper allows you to specify the communication pins (either OW1 or OW0, which are in place of the usual AN and PWM pins on mikroBUS). An additional reset line (RST) is also connected. The board is designed to use either a 3.3V or 5V power supply.
R300  Qty:
Est. Weight: 20g. Stock: Available in 5-10 working days [i]. mikroE Icon
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Expand4 click
 
mikroBUS
Expand4 click Expand 4 click carries TPCIC6A595, a chip that combines an 8-bit serial-in, parallel-out shift register with an 8-bit D-type storage register. It's intended for use as a port expander for connecting high power peripherals. On the output side it has open-drain transistors with output ratings of 50V and 350mA (these are accessed through 8 pins above the mikroBUS™ socket (D0-D7) with corresponding GND pins on the other side. For data input, Expand 4 click uses SPI. Additional pins include CLR IN (clear all input shift registers when held low), EN IN (sets all drain outputs to OFF when held high), and CS (provides the impulse for shifting the data from the shift to the storage register).
R210  Qty:
Est. Weight: 20g. Stock: 1 available immediately [i]. mikroE Icon
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RFid click
 
mikroBUS
RFid click RFid click is an accessory board in mikroBUS form factor. It is a compact and easy solution for adding RFid to your design. It features a CR95HF 13.56 MHz contactless transceiver as well as a trace antenna. RFid click communicates with the target board microcontroller via mikroBUS UART (TX, RX), SPI (MISO, MOSI, SCK, CS) INT, RST, PWM and AN lines. The board is designed to use a 3.3V power supply only. An LED diode (GREEN) indicates the presence of power supply. CR95HF IC is a RFid module with an integrated transceiver for contactless applications. The board contains a dedicated internal frame controller and analog front end (AFE) for RF communications.
R440  Qty:
Weight: 20g. Stock: Available in 5-10 working days [i]. mikroE Icon
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RFid Reader
 
IDC10
RFid Reader RFid Reader Board is a 125KHz RF transmitter and reciever, featuring the EM4095 controller chip. The reader has three main functions: energizing, demodulation and decoding. The reader can be connected to a microcontroller or PC for processing the data read from RFid tags. The signal is Manchester-coded. (An IDC10 cable is included with the board).
R360  Qty:
Weight: 10g. Stock: 1 available immediately [i]. mikroE Icon
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NFC Tag click
 
mikroBUS
NFC Tag click NFC Tag click carries an M24SR64 NFC/RFID tag IC with a dual interface and 8KB of high-reliability EEPROM built-in. The RF protocol is compatible with both NFC Forum Type 4 Tag and ISO/IEC 14443 Type A. There are three ways to operate NFC Tag click: 1) from an I2C interface; 2) by a 13.56 MHz RFID reader; or 3) from an NFC-enabled smartphone, tablet, and similar device. NFC Tag click communicates with the target board through mikroBUS I2C (SCL, SDA), INT and RST lines. It uses a 3.3V power supply only.
R180  Qty:
Est. Weight: 20g. Stock: Available in 5-10 working days [i]. mikroE Icon
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NFC click
 
mikroBUS
NFC click NFC click is a mikroBUS add-on board with a versatile near field communications controller from NXP - the PN7120 IC. NFC devices are used in contactless payment systems, electronic ticketing, smartcards, but also in retail and advertising - inexpensive NFC tags can be embedded into packaging labels, flyers or posters. This board has full compliancy with NFC Forum specifications which means that you will be able to use the full potential of NFC and its three distinct operating modes:

1. Card emulation
2. Read/Write
3. P2P

In other words, NFC click can be set to behave either as an NFC reader, or a tag, or to establish a two-way connection with another NFC device.
R515  Qty:
Est. Weight: 20g. Stock: Available in 5-10 working days [i]. mikroE Icon
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NFC Tag 2 click
 
mikroBUS
NFC Tag 2 click NFC Tag 2 click carries the NT3H1101 NTAG I2C energy harvesting NFC Forum Type 2 Tag from NXP. The click is designed to run on a 3.3V power supply only. It communicates with the target MCU over I2C interface and the INT pin (field detection) on the mikroBUS™ line.
R180  Qty:
Weight: 30g. Stock: Available in 5-10 working days [i]. mikroE Icon
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CapSense click
 
mikroBUS
CapSense click CapSense click features the CY8C201A0 capacitive sensing module, which takes human body capacitance as an input and directly provides real time sensor information output via I2C. The board contains capacitive sensing elements (5-segment slider and two buttons) as well as two LEDs. The CY8C201A0 capacitive controller has high immunity against radiated and conductive noise. The board can operate at either 3.3V or 5V, with selection by means of SMD jumper.
R240  Qty:
Est. Weight: 20g. Stock: 1 available immediately [i]. mikroE Icon
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TouchKey click (Capacitive)
 
mikroBUS
TouchKey click (Capacitive) Touchkey click has four capacitive pads powered by TTP224, a touchpad detector IC. Capacitive buttons like these can be toggled even when placed under a layer of glass or paper. The board outputs an interrupt signals for each pad: OUTA, OUTB, OUTC and OUTD (in place of default mikroBUS RST, AN, PWM and INT pins, respectively). The TTP224 IC has several operating modes which are accessed through onboard jumpers. Modes include Fast or low power (the response time is just 100mS at fast mode and 200mS at low power). Single-key or multi-key, direct or toggle buttons, and so on.
R180  Qty:
Est. Weight: 20g. Stock: 1 available immediately [i]. mikroE Icon
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Touchpad click (Capacitive)
 
mikroBUS
Touchpad click (Capacitive) Touchpad click is a capacitive touch input device driven by Microchip's low-powered MTCH6102 controller. The touchpad surface is covered with a sheet of black plastic to demonstrate the chip's support for cover layers (up to 3mm for plastic, 5mm for glass) Touchpad click communicates with the target MCU through the mikroBUS I2C interface (SCL and SDA pins), with additional functionality provided by the Interrupt and RSTL pins. Designed to use a 3.3V power supply.
R225  Qty:
Est. Weight: 20g. Stock: Available in 5-10 working days [i]. mikroE Icon
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TouchClamp click (Capacitive)
 
mikroBUS
TouchClamp click (Capacitive) TouchClamp click is a mikroBUS add-on board with NXP's MPR121 proximity capacitive touch sensor controller. It has seven plated holes for clamps which can be used to connect any - literally any - conductive object in order to use it as an input button to send an interrupt to the target board MCU. It's great for creating installations where users interact with the environment in unexpected ways. There's also an extra capacitive button in the middle. TouchClamp click communicates with the target MCU through the mikroBUS INT pin and I2C interface (SCL, SDA). The board has an onboard ADDR. SEL. jumper for choosing I2C addresses. Designed to use a 3.3V power supply only.
R135  Qty:
Est. Weight: 20g. Stock: 1 available immediately [i]. mikroE Icon
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Cap Extend click
 
mikroBUS
Cap Extend click Cap Extend click is a mikroBUS add-on board with a SEMTECH SX8633 low power, capacitive button touch controller. It has 12 pins for connecting capacitive inputs (either touch-buttons or proximity sensors). Any sort of conductive object can be used as an input. Additional 8 GPIO pins, available on the side-edges of the board, can be used as LED drivers. The SX8633 IC integrates a 10 bit ADC - a resolution high enough to support a wide variety of touch pad sizes and shapes to be used with the click. Cap Extend click communicates with the target MCU through the mikroBUS I2C interface, with additional functionality provided by RST and INT pins. Designed to use a 3.3V power supply only.
R270  Qty:
Est. Weight: 20g. Stock: Available in 5-10 working days [i]. mikroE Icon
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Gesture Board
 
IDC10
Gesture Board The Gesture Board, carrying Microchip's MGSC3130 3D gesture recognition controller, brings a new approach to designing intuitive user interfaces. It's like a touchpad whose input area extends 10cm upwards into space. Users will be able to command an MCU or PC by gesturing with hands and fingers above the board, and by touching and tapping its surface. The board comes with an IDC cable connector. The silkscreen on the back of the board depicts various supported gestures (flicking, drawing circles, airwheels, taps and double taps and so on). The Gesture Board communicates over an I2C interface. For use with with a PC, a special I2C to USB adapter board is available (see 'Accessories').
R740  Qty:
Est. Weight: 100g. Stock: Available in 5-10 working days [i]. mikroE Icon
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IR Gesture click
 
mikroBUS
IR Gesture click IR Gesture click is a mikroBUS add-on board that enables contactless gesture recognition, along with ambient light and proximity sensing capabilities with the APDS-9960 IC. This sensor integrates an LED and four directional photodiodes that receive the reflecting light. An internal gesture engine deduces the velocity, direction and distance of nearby objects (while cancelling the ambient light). You can implement a variety of gestures, from from basic directional swipes (up, down, left or right) to more complex combinations. Since the chip can work as a proximity sensor, the gesture engine can be configured to wake up automatically when a user's hand approaches. The board communicates with the target board MCU through the mikroBUS I2C interface, with an additional hardware inerrupt pin (INT). IR Gesture click uses a 3.3V power supply.
R240  Qty:
Est. Weight: 20g. Stock: Available in 5-10 working days [i]. mikroE Icon
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Joystick click
 
mikroBUS
Joystick click Joystick click is a smart navigation key concept based on contactless, magnetic movement detection. It features the AS5013 Hall IC as well as a N50P105 miniature magnetic joystick module. The AS5013 includes five integrated Hall sensing elements, which monitor the movement of the magnet incorporated into the joystick, and it directly outputs the X and Y coordinates via I2C. An integrated mechanical push button is also built into the joystick. The board uses 3.3V logic and power supply only.
R330  Qty:
Est. Weight: 20g. Stock: Available in 5-10 working days [i]. mikroE Icon
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Thumbstick click
 
mikroBUS
Thumbstick click Thumbstick click is a high precision input device. It features a dual axis, spring return, pushbutton enabled joystick (similar to the ones used on joypads on popular gaming consoles), and a MCP3204 12-bit A/D converter. The joystick unit receives directional input in the x and y axes by way of two potentiometers connected to a stick. The mechanical pushbutton sends an interrupt signal to the microcontroller. Thumbstick click communicates with the target board through mikroBUS SPI (CS, SCK, MISO and MOSI) lines. The board is designed to use either a 3.3V or a 5V power supply (regulated by the on-board J1 jumper which is soldered to the 3.3V position by default).
R300  Qty:
Est. Weight: 20g. Stock: Available in 5-10 working days [i]. mikroE Icon
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mikroBuffer
 
IDC10
mikroBuffer The mikroBuffer Board features two MCP6284 operational amplifiers which provide a total of 8 inputs and which are specifically designed for low-cost, low-power and general-purpose applications. Low power supply voltage, low quiescent current and wide bandwidth make this board ideal for battery-powered applications. The board features an IDC10 female header which is compatible with mikroElektronika development boards, and DIP switchws for selecting input lines.
R210  Qty:
Est. Weight: 7g. Stock: Available in 5-10 working days [i]. mikroE Icon
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mikroBuffer Proto
 
General
mikroBuffer Proto The mikroBuffer Board features the MCP6284 operational amplifier with a total of 4 inputs and which is specifically designed for low-cost, low-power and general-purpose applications. Low power supply voltage, low quiescent current and wide bandwidth make this board ideal for battery-powered applications.
R180  Qty:
Est. Weight: 5g. Stock: Available in 5-10 working days [i]. mikroE Icon
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DALI click
 
mikroBUS
DALI click DALI Click is a compact board that enables you to add Digital Addressable Lighting Interface (DALI) to your design. The board features two optocouplers, a push button and screw terminals. DALI Click communicates with the target board via four mikroBUS lines (RST, CS, PWM and INT). Data between MCU and devices is transferred over two-wire differential bus by means of an asynchronous, half-duplex, serial protocol. It is possible to address up to 64 devices in a DALI stand alone systems and more than 64 devices as DALI subsystems (gateways). The board is designed to use a 3.3V or 5V power supply, and has an LED diode to indicate the presence of power.
R375  Qty:
Est. Weight: 25g. Stock: Available in 5-10 working days [i]. mikroE Icon
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Unique ID click
 
mikroBUS
Unique ID click Unique ID click carries DS2401, an enhanced silicon serial number IC. It's a low cost solution for providing a unique registration number to your design. The chip consists of a factory-lasered 64-bit ROM that includes a uniques a 48-bit serial number, an 8-bit CRC, and an 8-bit family code. It uses 1-wire communications for interfacing with the target board microcontroller, either through a GP1 or GP0 pin (here in place of the default AN and PWM mikroBUS pins). The board is designed to use either a 3.3V or 5V power supply.
R135  Qty:
Est. Weight: 20g. Stock: Available in 5-10 working days [i]. mikroE Icon
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Fingerprint click
 
mikroBUS
Fingerprint click Fingerprint click is a click board solution for adding biometric security to your design. It carries the GTS-511E2 module, which is the thinnest optical touch fingerprint sensor in the world. The module comprises a CMOS image sensor with a special lens and covering that records real fingerprints while resiting 2D fakes. The click board also carries an STM32 MCU for processing the images and forwarding them to an external MCU or PC. We created a Windows application that provides an easy interface for communicating with Fingerprint click. The board is designed to use a 3.3V power supply.
R810  Qty:
Est. Weight: 20g. Stock: Available in 5-10 working days [i]. mikroE Icon
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PWM click
 
mikroBUS
PWM click PWM click is a simple solution for controlling 16 PWM outputs through a single I2C interface. You can use it to control anything from a simple LED strip to a complex robot with a multitude of moving parts. The click board carries the PCA9685PW IC. The board has an additional set of pins that allow you to connect up to seven PWM clicks together (using three jumpers to specify a different I2C address for each one). This will allow you to get a total of 112 pwm outputs on a single I2C line. PWM click is designed to use either a 3.3V or 5V power supply.
R225  Qty:
Est. Weight: 20g. Stock: 1 available immediately [i]. mikroE Icon
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Heart Rate click
 
mikroBUS
Heart Rate click Heart Rate click carries Maxim's MAX30100 integrated pulse oximetry and heart-rate sensor. It's an optical sensor that derives its readings from emitting two wavelengths of light from two LEDs – a red and an infrared one – then measuring the absorbance of pulsing blood through a photodetector. This particular LED color combination is optimized for reading the data through the tip of one's finger. The signal is processed by a low-noise analog signal processing unit and communicated to the target MCU through the mikroBUS I2C interface. Developers of end-user applications should note that the readings can be negatively impacted by excess motion and changes in temperature. Also, too much pressure can constrict capillary blood flow and therefore diminish the reliability of the data. A programmable INT pin is also available. Uses 3.3V power supply.
R285  Qty:
Est. Weight: 20g. Stock: Available in 5-10 working days [i]. mikroE Icon
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Heart Rate 3 click
 
mikroBUS
Heart Rate 3 click Heart rate 3 click is a mikroBUS add-on board whose functionality is determined by two components: an OSRAM’s SFH7050 pulse oximetry and heart rate monitoring module, and a TI AFE4404 (analong-front-end) IC specialized for bio-sensing. The SFH7050 multichip package contains 3 LEDs and one photodiode separated with a light barrier to prevent optical crosstalk. When the three LEDs shine through a subject’s finger, some of the light is absorbed by the pulsating blood. The analog reading from the SFH7050 is forwarded to the AFE chip that is able to derive pulse readings from the intensity of the reflected light. AFE4404 is highly-configurable and adaptable for different usage scenarios (different lighting conditions or skin tones) making Heart rate 3 click a robust heart rate monitoring solution. The board communicates with the target MCU through the mikroBUS™ I2C interface, with additional functionality provided by RST, CLK and RDY pins. Heart rate 3 click works on a 3.3V power supply, but an onboard jumper allows you to set the voltage for driving the SFH7050 LEDs at either 3.3V or 5V.
R590  Qty:
Est. Weight: 20g. Stock: Available in 5-10 working days [i]. mikroE Icon
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Heart rate 4 click
 
mikroBUS
Heart rate 4 click Heart rate 4 click carries the MAX30101 high-sensitivity pulse oximeter and heart-rate sensor from Maxim Integrated. The click is designed to run on either 3.3V or 5V power supply. It communicates with the target MCU over I2C interface, with additional functionality provided by INT pin on the mikroBUS™ line.
R315  Qty:
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ECG click
 
mikroBUS
ECG click This is an ECG (or EKG) machine on a click board. It measures the electrical activity of a beating heart through electrodes taped to the skin. The board requires little setup, and the final measurement results can be displayed as an electrocardiogram using a free Windows app. With the ECG click bundle (click + cable + electrodes) you will be able to prototype your own health-tracking and fitness devices, quantified-self wearable or you can just make an LED blink in sync with your heart.
R590  Qty:
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ECG 2 click
 
mikroBUS
ECG 2 click Track the patterns of your beating heart with ECG 2 click. ECG 2 click contains ADS1194 16-bit delta-sigma analog-to-digital converters from Texas Instruments, a built-in programmable gain amplifier (PGA), an internal reference, and an onboard oscillator.
R740  Qty:
Weight: 30g. Stock: Available in 5-10 working days [i]. mikroE Icon
Bundle (w/ Cable + Electrodes)    R1,150  Qty:
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PULSE click
 
mikroBUS
PULSE click PULSE click is a pulse generator with an adjustable frequency. It carries the NE555 precision timer capable of producing highly accurate time delays. The frequency of PULSE click is configured in two steps. First select between four frequency bands by using the frequency selector - a circular central switch in the middle of the board. Starting from the six-o-clock position and moving counter-clockwise in quarters, it has 4 options: 0) Up to 100 Hz; 1) Up to 1 kHz; 2) Up to 10 kHz; and 3) Up to 100 kHz. After you select the appropriate position, use the onboard potentiometer to fine-tune the desired output frequency. The resulting output can be configured either as a digital output (communicating with the MCU through the mikroBUS OUT pin) or an interrupt (INT pin). The board is designed to use either a 3.3V or a 5V power supply.
R375  Qty:
Est. Weight: 20g. Stock: Available in 5-10 working days [i]. mikroE Icon
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RF Meter click
 
mikroBUS
RF Meter click RF Meter click is a radio frequency power measurement device covering a frequency span from 1 MHz to 8 GHz over a 60 dB range (approximately). It enables monitoring and measuring frequency levels to ensure proper functioning and leak detection. An external antenna acquires the signal, which is then processed by the AD8318 logarithmic detector. The resulting voltage is fed into an MCP3201 ADC. For communicating with the target board MCU, the mikroBUS SPI interface is used (CS, SCK, MISO pins), with additional TEMP OUT pin.
R665  Qty:
Est. Weight: 20g. Stock: Available in 5-10 working days [i]. mikroE Icon
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NFC USB Dongle
 
mikroBUS
NFC USB Dongle NFC USB Dongle is an NFC Reader-Writer based on NXP's PN7150 high-performance full NFC controller, supporting all NFC Forum modes. The USB NFC Dongle is powered through USB connector. This NFC controller supports all NFC Forum communication modes like peer to peer, reader/writer and Host Card Emulation. It allows interacting with all NFC devices on the market according to NFC Forum: from simple NFC tags to NFC-enabled smartphone.
R440  Qty:
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Secure click
 
mikroBUS
Secure click Secure click carries the ATECC508A cryptographic coprocessor with secure hardware-based key storage. The click is designed to run on either 3.3V or 5V power supply. It communicates with the target microcontroller over I2C interface.
R135  Qty:
Weight: 25g. Stock: Available in 5-10 working days [i]. mikroE Icon
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Secure 2 click
 
mikroBUS
Secure 2 click Secure 2 click carries the ATAES132A, a cryptographic coprocessor with secure hardware-based key storage from Microchip. The click is designed to run on either 3.3V or 5V power supply. Secure 2 click communicates with the target microcontroller over SPI and I2C interface, with additional functionality provided by the INT pin on the mikroBUS™ line.
R135  Qty:
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Secure 3 click
 
mikroBUS
Secure 3 click Secure 3 click carries the ATSHA204A, a cryptographic coprocessor with secure hardware-based key storage from Microchip. The click is designed to run on either 3.3V or 5V power supply. Secure 3 click communicates with the target microcontroller over an I2C interface. NOTE: The click comes with stacking headers which allow you to combine it with other clicks more easily by using just one mikroBUS™ socket.
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MAC Address click
 
mikroBUS
MAC Address click MAC Address click provides a unique node address for your application. It also has 1Kbit of writable EEPROM memory. MAC Address click carries the 24AA025E64 2K I2C Serial EEPROM with EUI-64™ node identity. The click is designed to run on either 3.3V or 5V power supply. MAC Address click communicates with the target microcontroller over I2C interface.
R135  Qty:
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